Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Qui-Gon_Reborn, Jan 1, 2012.
If anyone is wondering.
nope. You got a few errors there
Attack of the clones? With Hayden's horrendous acting and bad script. "It's not fair! It's all Obi Wans fault! He's holding me back!"Just putrid I say. I will admit Hayden improved tremendously in Revenge
ESB and ROTJ are the only cemented ones. The rest change.
I have trouble making decisions, if you haven't noticed.
I agree with that assessment
Those PT movies are fun and not terrible as some would like you to believe but they don't belong on the same page as the Star Wars trilogy.
AOTC just "did it" for me
just like ESB "didn't"
opinion isn't science
and for all the hammy acting that came from it
it had Christopher Lee, the only villain in the PT that had any charisma besides Palpatine
only for that to fall through in the shambles of the next revenge of the ****
I loved AOTC, but it was a different type of film for me.
As I said the last time, they're all too close to judge. Except for ESB.
To me Revenge of the sith is the only one worthy of being in the category of the Original 3.
And If I want to appreciate Christopher Lee i'd recommend Lord of the rings over Clones. But just my opinion
Don't ask me to choose; I'd rather eat my young.
Fine then eat your young and choose.
But Clones had it's moments all the scenes in Kamino& Genosha everything else just average
and for the record I don't hate ESB
i just find the hoth scenes incredibly boring
the AT-AT fight to be insanely overrated and the scenes with Han and leia boring
but other than that it's good, especially the yoda and vader scenes
I don't recall any x-men in Star Wars
*enters the cantina*
Wait...so Palpatine and Storm aren't the same people???
I ate my young, but I'm still indecisive.
Rick: You forgot a major element in the good bits...
Relaxus, that's a lot of protein...
which was what?
You should know by now.
Is there a difference???
Relaxus can you at least say your favourite three in no order.
Keep thinking. Maybe hold the dvds in hand and decide which one you would most want to save. Pretend you can only keep one, report to us which one and put it aside. Then repeat the proccess until you have only one dvd left.